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Table 2 Associates of poor body satisfaction among 10- and 11-year-old girls and boys in Nova Scotia, Canadaa

From: Body satisfaction and body weight: gender differences and sociodemographic determinants

  Girls
Odds Ratio 95%CIb
Boys
Odds Ratio 95% CIb
Body mass index 1.081 (1.043, 1.119) 0.820 (0.674,0.998)
Body mass index squared   1.004 (1.000, 1.008)
Parental education:   
   Secondary or less 1 1
   Community college 0.566 (0.405, 0.792) 0.839 (0.564, 1.249)
   University 0.581 (0.342, 0.988) 0.687 (0.435, 1.085)
   Graduate university 0.640 (0.286, 1.431) 0.484 (0.228, 1.026)
Annual household income:   
   < $20,000 1 1
   $20,000-$40,000 0.977 (0.539, 1.769) 1.231 (0.645, 2.246)
   $40,000-$60,000 0.886 (0.506, 1.551) 0.977 (0.491, 1.946)
   > $60,000 0.724 (0.388, 1.351) 0.646 (0.328, 1.271)
Residency:   
   Rural 1 1
   Urban 0.686 (0.472, 0.999) 1.017 (0.701, 1.476)
Neighborhood income:   
   Lowest one third 1 1
   Middle one third 0.852 (0.556, 1.328) 1.049 (0.665, 1.656)
   Highest one third 1.264 (0.824, 1.937) 1.193 (0.757, 1.881)
  1. a All estimates were obtained through gender-stratified multilevel multivariate logistic regression models; b CI = confidence interval.